Rêves de Japon (Van Gogh, Dreaming of Japan): Pinacothèque de Paris – between Madeleine Church and Place de la Concorde – demonstrates how Japanese art influenced Impressionism...
By showing about forty works and mainly landscapes, the exhibition – the first one devoted exclusively to the Dutch artist for decades in Paris – is a clear demonstration of the importance of Japanese art in Impressionist art. The comparison with Hiroshige, thanks to these two simultaneous exhibitions is obviously a première that allows a confrontation of an incomparable accuracy.
Through this exhibition, we also discover a new, unusual Van Gogh, peaceful and serene...
Pinacothèque de Paris – 28, place de la Madeleine – 8e arrondissement
From October 3rd 2012 to March 17 2013
From 10:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Open until 9 p.m. every Wednesday and Friday.